What a bizarre story over the weekend as Chicago White Sox ace Chris Sale was suspended for five days from the team for cutting up throwback jerseys the team was scheduled to wear on the day of his start.

Sale cut up the 1976 throwbacks that feature a big collar and are meant to be worn untucked. While they are ugly jerseys, he is an employee of the White Sox and is required to wear what they say, so I get the White Sox suspension.

We had a little fun with the story on Monday's edition of 'Big Board Sports' as we brought in Paul Lukas, ESPN.com Uniform Columnist. Were the jerseys ugly enough that they deserve to be cut up and never worn again? What jerseys do deserve to be cut up?

Furthermore, the Giants are going to white pants for all home games of the NFL season this year. What does Lukas think?